14 Dec 2022 – 4 Feb 2023
14 Dec 2022 – 4 Feb 2023
3 Nov – 3 Dec 2022
26 Aug – 23 Sep 2022
3 Aug – 13 Aug 2022
9 Jun – 30 Jul 2022
13 Apr – 28 May 2022
5 Mar – 2 Apr 2022
14 Jan – 26 Feb 2022
Thu 3 Nov, 7 pm
Welcome: Veronika Witte, Artistic Director Galerie Nord; Kathleen Rahn, Directorin Marta Herford
Introduction: Oliver Schübbe, OS2 Designgroup Herford
How can design bring about a sustainable future? What is the visionary potential of re- and upcycling ideas?
Imaginative designs and ideas in the fields of transformation design, material research, circular economy and social design are awarded in the 10th RecyclingDesignprize, an international prize by the Arbeitskreis Recycling e. V., Herford, in cooperation with the Museum Marta Herford. Following the successful presentation at the Museum Marta Herford, the RecyclingDesignprize exhibition is now coming to the Galerie Nord | Kunstverein Tiergarten in Berlin and will show the four award-winning designs as well as the thirty-two nominated projects.
The 1st prize was awarded for the transformation of the medical mask from a waste product of the Corona pandemic that is difficult to recycle into a seat with a minimalist, refined design. The development of Vecchie Mura, a new versatile material made from processed construction waste, received 2nd prize. Slate-like shingles made from plastic waste become an elegant exterior wall cladding and demonstrate aspects of resource-saving use of material. The special prize, donated for the first time by FUTURZWEI.Stiftung Zukunftsfähigkeit, Berlin, honours the participatory art project STREETWARE saved item. Discarded clothes are collected on the street, then washed and transformed into prêt-à-porter fashion and new outfits, an examination of habits of production and consumption.
The award not only recognises creative approaches to solving social problems, but also reflects the engagement of a young generation of designers with the relevance of sustainable product development.
1. prize: Haneul Kim, Seoul (Kor): Stack and Stack (In Pandemic)
2. prize: Domenico Fama, Detmold, und Laura Muschalla, Bünde (D): Vecchie Mura
3. prize: Hester van Dijk, Reinder Bakker, Peter van Assche, Amsterdam (NL): Pretty Plastic
Special prize: barbara caveng, Alice Fassina, Céline Iffli-Naumann, Purvi Dhranghadaryia, Jan Markowsky, Lukas Treiber, Lotti Seebeck, Berlin (D): MHLD – Multifunctional Hybrid Laundro Drive
also with works by: Melissa Acker, Lobke Beckfeld/Johanna Hehemeyer-Cürten, Wout Camelbeke/Patrick Reuvis/Filip Claes/Ben Verbruggen, Andrea De la Peña Aguirre, Maiella Di Donato/Chiara Simpson/Jakob Kaufmann, Simon Gehring, Friedrich Gerlach/Felix Stockhausen, Jule Aischa Gocht/Lea Gocht, Lilli Gruber, Johanna Hehemeyer-Cürten/Charlett Wenig, Katja Hettler/Jula Tüllmann, Mark Howells, Anna Kamenjarin, Tiina Kirsi Kern, Hedda Sophie Korthals, Max Kosorić/Sanne Pawelzyk, Jaqueline Lobodda, Katherine Lopez, Steffen Mau, Jutta Meisen, Felix Mohr/Jazmin Charalambous, Anna Xenia Morell, Selma Neuhausen, Benedikt Peirotén, Lisa Marie Puschmann, Anne Richter, Karl Schinkel, Moritz Schulz, Lara Stöbe, Theresa Tropschuh, Tim van der Loo/Sandra Nieslen, Bernd Wacker/Wolfgang Coutandin, Martin Woltermann
Jurors 10th RecyclingDesignprize
Prof. Volker Albus, Karlsruhe University of Arts and Design
Carina Bischof, CEO Future Fashion Forward e.V. (Fashion Revolution Germany)
Prof. Tim Brauns, OWL University of Applied Art and Science, Detmold
Dana Giesecke, Scientific manager FUTURZWEI.Stiftung Zukunftsfähigkeit, Berlin
Udo Holtkamp, RecyclingBörse! Herford
Kathleen Rahn, Director Marta Herford
Oliver Schübbe, OS2 Designgroup, Herford
Imke Volkers, Curator Museum der Dinge, Berlin
Veronika Witte, Artistic Director Galerie Nord | Kunstverein Tiergarten, Berlin
In cooperation with Arbeitskreis Recycling e.V./RecyclingBörse! Herford, the FUTURZWEI | Stiftung Zukunftsfähigkeit, Berlin, and the Museum Marta Herford. With the kind support of the district funding of the Senate Department for Culture and Europe.